Welcome to the Bay Area Chapter of SID
The Society for Information Display
BASID Annual Dinner, September 29, 2023
Matt Caspari, Managing Partner, Alumni Ventures
The Bay Area Chapter of SID invites you and your guest to the BASID 2023 Annual Dinner
Bay Area SID Chapter warmly invites you to join your local display industry colleagues for our annual social event, an evening full of delicious food, beverages, and great company! This year we are hosting our tradition at a brand new stunning location, The Glasshouse in San Jose, a 12,000 sq. ft. premier event space.
Reserve your spot today for you and your guests and enjoy the advantages of being an SID member. BASID is covering the majority of the expense making it more affordable to attend. In addition, this year we have a captivating speaker, a veteran in the venture capital world. Matt Caspari will share his insights on the venture industry focusing on new green technologies that promise to benefit our environment.
We are looking forward to seeing you at BASID’s Annual Dinner!
Venture Capital Trends and Climate Tech 2.0: Navigating the New Wave of Sustainable Innovation
Venue: The Glasshouse
84 W Santa Clara St. #100
San Jose, CA 95113
5:30pm: Beverage reception with hors d’oeuvres
6:30pm: Dinner served
7:30pm: Keynote address
Parking Information: ParkSJ: Market & San Pedro Square Parking Garage , 45 N San Pedro St, San Jose, CA 95113
Menu: To be updated.
Pricing: SID member+up to 3 guests, $50/ person. SID membership registration link
SID, Bay Area would like to thank our sponsor Corning for their generous support.
Corning develops cutting-edge solutions in consumer electronics, advanced optics materials for the semiconductor industry, and many applications in between.
BA-SID Professional Person Spotlight
Xudong Wang is a Scientist at Nanosys Inc. Milpitas CA, working on quantum dot materials for QD-OLED and QD-MicroLED display technologies.
Xudong is a passionate material scientist with more than ten years of experience in optoelectronic nanomaterials.
Xudong earned his B.S. in Chemistry and M.S. in Polymer Science from Jilin University in China. He then obtained his Ph.D. in Chemistry from Prof. Jing Zhao’s group at the University of Connecticut with his research focusing on synthesis and spectroscopy of quantum dot materials. Prior to his current position at Nanosys, Xudong was a postdoc scholar in Prof. David S. Ginger’s lab at the University of Washington working on perovskite nanocrystal based single photon source for quantum information science.